Although machine-building is free from all automotive costumes known as SEMA, BMW is here to offer antidote: a modern, strong and superior BMW M850i xDrive cabriolet. Since SEMA's cars are known only by changing all the vehicles, this new release is only one major change: convertible returns.
After the release of BMW 8-Series Coupe, by 2018, the conversion starts with the same puertrine configuration. M850i xDrive & # 39; vert has a new 4.4-liter twin-twin twin-turbocharged V8, which was touted in the coupe. The engine is equipped with two twin turbines, cooling the engine block V, changing the valve control and changing the variable campus time. BMW has also made several small amendments to maintain reliability and efficiency, including strong aluminum alloy alloy blocking, wire-arc-sprayed metal coatings on cylinder walls, grafal-coated pistons, high flow intake ports and viscous devastating
BMW will resume 523 horsepower on V8, up to 5,500-6000 rpm, and 558 pounds per 1,800-4,600 rpm. This is related to eight speed Steptronic sports transmission variable paddles, automatic stop-start and start control. The intelligent transmitter also intends to introduce a navigation system to improve efficiency and management dynamics on the route. All this power is on the back of BMW's all-wheel drive system with the XDrive drive capable of reaching 100% of the rear wheels. According to BMW, it is 3.8 seconds from 0 to 60 years and a maximum of 155 km.
The M850i xDrive comes with a standard dual exercise axle, rear-five bridge, and BMW adaptive M suspension. The electrically controlled dampers will constantly be replaced by compression and reboot, based on the driving conditions at maximum comfort or sport control. The active wheel also gives the rear wheels up to 2.5 degrees.